Driving Under the Influence/DWI

Driving Under the Influence/DWINew Jersey DUI/DWI Attorney

Many people do not intentionally mean to cause harm when they are pulled over on suspicion of a DWI. Often, individuals do not even realize how much they had to drink, and only realize that they’ve made a mistake once they are pulled over . However, if you are facing a DWI, then your driving privileges are in danger. An experienced DWI attorney may be able to win your case, minimize the fines, eliminate jail time, and avoid suspension of your driving privileges. Call John today and he will discuss with you the best course of action in handling your case.

New Jersey Drunk Driving Attorney

The consequences of being convicted of a DUI/DWI can range from mildly disruptive to absolutely devastating. If you are convicted of DWI and your blood alcohol level is between .08 and .10 then you will receive a mandatory three month suspension of your drivers’ license. If your blood test shows levels above .10 then you face a minimum suspension of seven months. The state of New Jersey does not allow a limited driver’s license for work under any circumstances. Meaning, if you are convicted you may lose your job if you do not have other resources such as a friend, or public transportation to get there. For individuals who are required to have a valid commercial driver’s license, your employment will be terminated if convicted.

John has experience in getting DWI charges dismissed. John will analyze the police report and determine if the police officer had probable cause to pull you over. He will determine if correct procedures were used in administering the Alcotest, if the Alcotest device was in proper working order, and if the arresting officers followed correct procedures. For many people, a suspended driver’s license is not an option; John will aggressively defend your case, and has successfully done so for countless clients. For a free case evaluation, call our office today.

Experienced attorney defending repeat drug and alcohol related driving charges

For first time DUI/DWI offenders, the consequences are over within a year. A license suspension jumps from months to years for repeat offenders and one’s life can be ruined as a result. If you have been charged with a DWI in the past, hiring an experienced, aggressive attorney to fight the charges is in your best interest. Many people’s lives can be devastated by having their driver’s license revoked for 2 years (for a second offense) or 10 years (for a third offense). If this is not your first DUI offense, it is time to plan a more aggressive defense strategy. John has practiced DWI law for nearly 20 years and has the knowledge and experience to build an effective defense strategy. Call our office today and learn how we can help ensure that you do not face an extended suspension of your driving privileges.

Announcing: The Fabriele Disability Awareness Scholarship!
One of the biggest reasons Attorney John Fabriele decided to pursue a legal degree is his interest in the Constitution. Protecting his clients' Constitutional rights is what makes him so passionate about his work. In his career, Mr. Fabriele has helped clients facing a variety of legal issues. Through his experiences, Mr. Fabriele also recognizes that, despite the greatness of the Constitution and its guarantees to American citizens, there are still some gaps that leave certain groups of people, like those with disabilities, at a disadvantage. 

Out of a desire to encourage future leaders to consider how our Constitution can continue to evolve to include those with disabilities, Mr. Fabriele is very excited to launch the Fabriele Disability Awareness Scholarship. This scholarship is open to any student who is enrolled in an institution of higher education for Fall 2017 and has a minimum GPA of 3.3. Those who are still in the application process or are awaiting admission can still apply, though we may require verification of enrollment should they be selected as a finalist. To learn more about official application instructions and requirements, visit the scholarship page
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